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    RIS on CC3?

    Is it at all possible to use RIS on CC3 networks successfully?

    I was thinking what if you but a build disk image on RIS - then you dont need to carry a pen. Just set it off using Network Boot?

    Any thoughts?

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    The CC3 build process works in two stages with a reboot in-between, and needs to write back to the floppy/USB. I don't think this is possible via RIS/PXE.

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    On a similar note - does anyone know how to convert a ghost boot disk to a RIS/PXE/WDS image?

    We did this at my last school.... Just can't remember how.

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    Bump!!

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    I'm not a CC3 lover I'm afraid so I can't help you there, however ghost over RIS is very possible see:
    Using RIS with Ghost

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